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Federal Resources

Agency Websites

Federal agencies use a variety of methods to communicate policies, guidance, and information regarding telework to their employees.  Communication methods reported in the 2013 Report to Congress included intranet announcements, trainings, new employee orientations, meetings/briefings, newsletters, emails, and more.  Some agencies have even created public facing websites with resources and information for their current and potential employees: